CQ Capras Board

Chairman: Michael (Bert) Borland is based in Rockhampton and has in recent years retired as a Professional Manager Ergon Energy (Lines Design) after 38 years.  Bert was a Queensland Rugby League Director for 10 years, Chairman of Queensland Rugby League Central Division for 3 years, Chairman Central Queensland Central Division for 7 years.  Bert was also Chairman Central West Rugby League for 3 years and currently is a ARL Level 3 Coach.

Director: Doug Webber is Born and Bred in Rockhampton (49 years).  He has had 24 yrs in owning and operating his own Business and has been a sponsor of Capras for 15 Years. Chairman of Capras and deputy chairman for 4 years, Doug represented Queensland in Rugby Union for Under 19’s and Under 21’s, and, also, in Soccer at 16. Doug has been the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Capras for the past 4 years and has always been a valued supporter CQ Sports.

Director: Andrew Ryan is based in Rockhampton and is a  qualified Accountant B.Bus (Acct) CPA. Background includes broad experience in financial modelling and commercial and change management.

Director: Kirsten Buttigieg is born & based back in Rockhampton and has been a Senior Manager of a Financial Institution for 7+ years.  She has been Company Director/Secretary in private business 15 years.  Kirsten is a long term supporter of Rugby League and a proud parent of sporting children in both Rugby League and Netball Central Queensland.

Director: Cale Dendle is currently the Director Corporate & Community Services at the Gladstone Regional Council (2007-present) and, previously, CEO Bauhinia Shire Council.  He holds a Bachelor of Business (CQU) and is graduate member Australian Institute of Company Directors.  Cale has also been a Board Director at St Brendan’s College Yeppoon and State President Local Government Managers Australia.  He holds a Level 1 ARL Coach and is LeagueSafe accredited.  As well as being a member of the Capras board Cale is also the QRL Central Division Junior Representative Coordinator (CQ) 2014-present.

Director: Steve Thomasson a born and bred Rockyite, runs a 2nd generation auto repair shop,Highway Auto (established in 1966 with Steve taking over the reigns in 1978). Steve has played at local representative level rugby league and scored the winning try in Vic Jensen cup in 1974 – this was the first time Rocky had won – now 40 years later his son Flynn is playing in the same carnival.  Steve married Lori in 2002.

Director: Greg Reynolds is born, Bred and schooled in Rockhampton. He worked in Rockhampton for 10 years after leaving School before moving to Blackwater in 1978 to work in the Blackwater Mine and take on the coaching of the local Blackwater Rugby League side before retiring in 2013 after 35 years of service.  As a player Greg represented Rockhampton, Central Highlands, Central Queensland, Queensland Country and made the Central Queensland Team of the Century in 2008. Greg has also been a successful coach, coaching many Central Queensland representative sides including the CQ Capras from 1986 to 1990.  Greg has been an occasional board member for the Capras since 2005.

Director: Alan McIndoe was born in Blackall raised in Emerald. Enjoyed 11 seasons playing in the NRL for Illawarra Steelers and Penrith Panthers. Alan represented Queensland and Australia in U/18’s and Queensland in the State of Origin 9 times, Australia once in 1988. Alan then moved on to coaching roles as player/coach in Tumut (group 9)NSW 1994/95 and has Coached junior league since 2005 in Emerald. He has since coached representative sides with the Capra’s juniors in 2013,14,15 and more recently moved into coaching women’s rugby league with the Central Highlands senior women’s coach 2015,16 and as Crows senior women’s coach 2016,17. In his professional career Alan is currently an elected Councillor on Central Highlands Regional Council.

 Director: Grantley Jack has been the Managing Director NRG industrial for 8 years. He holds an AD in Electrical Engineering and also a Diploma in Business Frontline Management.  Grantley also worked in BHP Billiton management team maintenance 4 years. He has held various positions on senior and junior rugby league committees and has been the highest fundraiser for Variety Queensland from 2012 to 2016.